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UK election results: A conversation




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The UK snap election has dominated news coverage for the past two weeks, and most pundits believe that Theresa May made one of the worst calculated moves in recent political memory. How did we get here and what does it mean moving forward for the UK and Europe at large? Is it a blip on the radar or an indication of future events?

To discuss the snap election and to provide context and analysis, we have invited Professor Dr. Eric Heinze, Professor of Law and Humanities at Queen Mary University of London, and Professor Rosa Freedman, Professor at the School of Law, University of Reading.

As always, these aren’t live chats, but real-life conversations between the two professors, so to follow the conversation as it unfolds, click 'Follow' below and drop in your email.

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